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The two agents involved in Ordóñez’s death were asked to testify on a possible fraud crime

The Colombian Attorney General has summoned the two agents who electrocuted Javier Ordóñez, a 42-year-old lawyer, to testify for a possible “crime by fraud” who died shortly afterwards as a result of the beatings received in police stations.

Harby Rodríguez Días and Juan Camilo Lloreda Cubillos, who had been removed from the police by video on social networks after the event was published, had to testify on October 1 in order to discipline the behavior “very serious by fraud” would have Means death of the lawyer.

Despite the fact that Defense Minister Carlos Holmes Trujillo called on these two people to testify last Friday, as stated in the newspaper ‘El Espectador’, the Attorney General’s office has called for their powers to conduct the investigation “after accepting the preferential powers granted by the General Inspectorate Police carried out procedure “.

The two agents involved in Ordóñez’s death were asked to testify on a possible fraud crime
The two agents involved in Ordóñez’s death were asked to testify on a possible fraud crime

“According to the Attorney General’s Office, those who are disciplined are allegedly involved in the conduct described in the Criminal Code as crimes through fraud: abuse of authority through arbitrary and unjust acts, and murder,” the public agency said.

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